2 Day Fundraiser Garage Sale in St-Lazare, Quebec
There will be a 2 day Fundraiser Garage Sale with all proceeds to benefit GERDY’S RESCUES on Saturday AND Sunday, June 19 and June 20 in St-Lazare, QC.
Saturday AND Sunday: 9 am – 4 pm
June 19 AND June 20, 2010
2104 Country Road
HUGE selection of items
Come meet Gerdy and Volunteers– bring your dog!
We are a small, Montreal-based grassroots group, headed by an experienced animal rescue and placement person. Our mission is to find new homes for the abandoned and homeless cats and dogs that find their way to us. You can also download the PDF version of our pamphlet by clicking here.
Because we do not operate an animal shelter, we rely on a network of friends, fosters, associates and contacts to successfully place our cats and dogs in loving and permanent homes.
Our cats and dogs are either compassionate placements, or they have been rescued from bad situations. The success we’ve had to date in finding homes reflects our honest and open approach. What guides us is our desire to do ‘what’s best for the animals’ at all times. We offer full disclosure of any past, known, or continuing medical condition.
We are careful to place the right animal with the most compatible person possible. Therefore, an interview is necessary before any adoption is completed and we do a follow-up after placement. There is an adoption fee to help recover part of the costs incurred so that we can help the next animal in need:
Any size, purebred or not. Fee includes spay/neuter, heartworm test (if applicable), vaccines—Max 5, Rabies, Bordatella to date, vet exam, dewormed & no fleas. Dogs are on heartworm preventative during mosquito season while in our care—we expect that to be continued yearly!
Purebred or not, cat or kitten. Fee includes spay/neuter, FIV/FelV tested, basic vaccine, vet exam, dewormed & no fleas. Vet checked.
We ask people to sign an Adoption Agreement before an animal is placed with them. If, in the future, the animal cannot be kept for any reason, we expect the animal to be returned to us.
Our dogs, in particular, are companion animals. They are expected to live indoors. They should never be allowed to run loose in the community.